• Lynne Hare Recorded
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    The Strategy of Experimentation
    Research resources are too scarce to be squandered going down blind alleys and coming up empty handed at project end. We can no longer afford to play hunches or to rely on so called experts, whose opinions all differ, to guide research. Nor can we rely on the gross inefficiencies of old-fashioned one-factor-at-a-time experimentation to guide decisions. Instead, R&D must proceed systematically and with a goal of using unbiased data to guide decisions, following an overall strategy guided by statistical thinking and the scientific method.

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    by: Lynne Hare
    Reducing Variation in Manufacturing Processes
    When manufacturing variation is reduced, two good things happen. One is that the consumer’s second product experience is more like the first. This builds consumer confidence and, therefore, repeat sales. The second is fewer production line stoppages and a process flow that is more laminar, less turbulent. Both of these outcomes of Process Variation Reduction (PVR) enhance the financial bottom line.

  • Lynne Hare Recorded
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    Duration:90 Minutes
    Price: $149.00
    by: Lynne Hare
    The Strategy of Experimentation
    Research resources are too scarce to be squandered going down blind alleys and coming up empty handed at project end. We can no longer afford to play hunches or to rely on so called experts, whose opinions all differ, to guide research. Nor can we rely on the gross inefficiencies of old-fashioned one-factor-at-a-time experimentation to guide decisions. Instead, R&D must proceed systematically and with a goal of using unbiased data to guide decisions, following an overall strategy guided by statistical thinking and the scientific method.

  • Lynne Hare Recorded
    View Anytime
    Duration:90 Minutes
    Price: $149.00
    by: Lynne Hare
    Reducing Variation in Manufacturing Processes
    When manufacturing variation is reduced, two good things happen. One is that the consumer’s second product experience is more like the first. This builds consumer confidence and, therefore, repeat sales. The second is fewer production line stoppages and a process flow that is more laminar, less turbulent. Both of these outcomes of Process Variation Reduction (PVR) enhance the financial bottom line.

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